Celebrate the Gospel of Grace with Us
READ, LISTEN, WATCH
Click on the video above to watch our livestream on Sundays at 10:30 a.m.! You can also watch current and previous services on our Facebook page here, or scroll down this page to watch services from our current sermon series. For transcripts of Jason’s latest sermons, click here.
Our in-person services on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. include live singing, a sermon, communion, and other familiar parts of the order of worship.
We want everyone to feel safe. Our COVID-19 protocols are based on recommendations from the CDC, the Bishop, and the Virginia Conference. Here are the COVID-19 practices we will follow this week:
- Fairfax County and the CDC are currently strongly recommending that everyone wear masks at public events indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Please wear a mask during worship. People 2 years old and up who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear masks at all times. You may remove your mask to consume the communion elements.
- Please enter through Door #1. We will check you off a list of attendees or add your name, email, and phone to the list. You may exit through any door.
- Pews will be marked for social distancing. Please follow the ushers’ instructions.
- We will have printed bulletins.
- Offering plates will be in front; please leave your offering when you come forward for communion (we will continue to use the prepackaged communion packs). All undesignated offerings will go to the Operating Budget. If you would like to make a contribution to the Pastors’ Discretionary Fund or other designated fund, please use an envelope or make a notation on the memo line of your check. Giving envelopes and pencils will be in the pews.
- Please maintain social distance.
We hope you will join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. If you prefer, join us for the live-stream on Facebook and the website at 10:30 a.m. We will continue this schedule through the summer, making adjustments as necessary.
Join us for Morning Prayer, 8:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. Led by David King, who is now a student at Princeton, the morning prayer follows the liturgy from Brian Zahnd’s Prayer School. Find the Zoom link at www.annandalechurch.com/morningprayer or go to our Facebook page. You can download the liturgy at www.annandalechurch.com/morningliturgy. All are welcome to join us each weekday morning!
WORSHIP FOR ALL AGES
Although we’ve suspended activities in person because of the outbreak, Meredith has created an online Children’s Corner with Bible-based games, arts and crafts projects, educational resources, and more. There are two video lessons produced each week with the help of our Sunday School teachers – a pre-k lesson and a K-5 lesson. An email is sent on Fridays with the Youtube links to both of those videos. Each week parents also receive the links to the google drive folders for those specific lessons. This folder includes a family page and a coloring sheet each week for the pre-k kids, and pages which include mazes, coloring sheets, word searches, and other fun activities for K-5 kids. Zoom kid’s club meets from 9:30-9:50 a.m. on Sundays for 1st -5th graders. Two Sunday school teachers lead a time of fellowship and discussion about the week’s lesson. This zoom group is not recorded and parents can also opt to keep their video screen turned off if they prefer. For safety and security reasons, the Zoom link will not be posted anywhere but rather sent directly to the parents; contact Meredith at email@example.com if you have not been added to the mailing list.
For updated youth content (Peter’s Bits) during the coronavirus season, visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AnnandaleUMCYouth/ For smaller and shorter content, check out our Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/annandaleumcyouth/
CURRENT WORSHIP SERIES
“The F Word: Gospel Freedom According to Galatians.” We live in a culture which defines freedom the way the Bible defines sin: complete autonomy. So what does true freedom look like? This summer, we will consider Paul’s Letter to the Galatians and what it means to receive God’s grace, to experience the freedom of the Gospel, and to respond in gratitude. This series will cover the nature of the Old Testament Law, the relationship between works and faith, the character of Christian community, and the reality of the hope found in Jesus Christ.
- June 6 – Galatians 1:1-5: “A Quid Without Any Quo.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- June 13 – Galatians 1:6-10: “God-Damned Preachers.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- June 20 – Galatians 1:11-24: “Apocalypto.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- June 27 – Galatians 2:1-10: “All You Need is Nothing.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- July 4 – Galatians 2:11-14: “Nothing Personal, Just Grace.” Livestreamed service.
- July 11 – Galatians 2:15-21: “Cheapened Grace.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- July 18 – Galatians 3:1-9: “Lay Your Deadly Doing Down.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- July 25 – Galatians 3:10-14: “The Sin Eater.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- August 1 – Galatians 3:15-22: “The Power of Positive Blaming.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- August 8 – Galatians 3:23-29: “Critical Grace Theory.” Sermon transcript. Livestreamed service.
- August 15 – Galatians 4:1-11: “Oh, What a Privilege!” Livestreamed service.
- August 22 – Galatians 4:12-20. Livestreamed service.
- August 29 – Galatians 4:21-31. Livestreamed service.